Bio: Green Brothers Grocery (1931)
----Source: "Curtiss Advance" Advertisement (March 25, 1931 )
Green Brothers "RUC" Grocery Store
Curtiss, Clark Co., Wisconsin
March 25, 1931 "Curtiss Advance" Advertisement for Green Bros. "R.C.U." (Retailers' Commercial Union).
These depression era prices featured 4 pounds of bananas for twenty-nine cents, 10 pounds of grapefruit for fifty-five cents, 2 pounds of lard for twenty-five cents, yellow onions for three cents a pound, fresh dates for eleven cents a pound, a can of pink salmon for fifteen cents and a ten pound sack of pure cane sugar for fifty-five cents.
September 23, 1931 Curtiss Advance Advertisement.
These depression era prices featured 49 pounds of flour for $1.35, 2 cans of corn for .25, N. J. C. Wheat Cereal for .20, Fig Bars (2#) for .25, Peaberry Coffee for .19, Mothers Oats/w china for .32 a package, 10 bars of laundry soap for .32 and 3 bars of Palm Olive and a package of Palm Olive Beads for .25.
Obit: Green, Benjamin (1866 – 1934)
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